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What does a gilded butterfly mean?

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"We will all laugh at gilded butterflies" is a line from Shakespeare's King Lear. Gilding is the ancient practice of gold leafing (coating objects in thin layers of gold). It could be referring to laughing at the extravagance and uselessness.

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